Andrew W. Morton, MD, is a remarkable interventional radiologist at Johns Hopkins Medicine: American Radiology Services ?? Columbia in Columbia, Maryland. He received his medical degree at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in 1997 and is fellowship trained in interventional radiology at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Morton is board certified in radiology by the American Board of Radiology.
Education and Training
Univ of Md Sch of Med, Baltimore Md 1997
University of Maryland At Baltimore / Professional Schools 1997
- Univ Of Md Med Sys, Diagnostic Radiology; Univ Of Md Med Sys, General Surgery
- University Of MD Med Sys
- University of Maryland
- Interventional Radiology at Johns Hopkins University
What do you attribute your success to?
- His hard work and passion for the field.
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Get to know Diagnostic and Interventional Radiologist Dr. Andrew W. Morton, who serves the population of Columbia, Maryland. Dr. Andrew W. Morton is an established Diagnostic and Interventional Radiologist who continues to provide exceptional care and support to his patients within American Radiology Associates in Columbia, Maryland. He is also affiliated with Johns Hopkins Medicine, Calvert Memorial Hospital, and Bon Secours Hospital. Featuring over 15 years of experience in his field, he has a special expertise in all facets of his work. Dr. Morton attended the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore, graduating with his Medical Degree in 1997. Thereafter, he undertook his internship and residency at University of Maryland, followed by his fellowship training in Interventional Radiology at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Morton is certified by the American Board of Radiology, and he is committed to staying current with the latest advances and developments in his field. He has dedicated his life to providing the highest standard of quality and compassionate care to his patients, and strives to enhance his patients’ quality of life. Dr. Morton attributes his successful career to his passion for radiology and his hard work. When he is not assisting his patients, he likes to relax by fishing. Diagnostic radiology refers to the field of medicine that uses non-invasive imaging scans to diagnose a patient. The tests and equipment used sometimes involves low doses of radiation to create highly detailed images of an area. Diagnostic radiology can be used to identify a wide range of problems. Broken bones, heart conditions, blood clots, and gastrointestinal conditions are just a few of the problems that can be identified by diagnostic imaging. In addition to identifying problems, doctors can use diagnostic radiology to monitor how your body is responding to a current treatment. Diagnostic radiology can also screen for diseases such as breast cancer and colon cancer.
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